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Powerware 5119 2000i - schematics?

Powerware 5119 2000i
After mistake switching extern voltage (230V) to the UPS-output while working on battery the middle power stage is blow up. After replacement of FET's the inverter is not working - only starts for 1sec.
has anybody a schematics from this UPS?

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After you replaced the batteries did you perform a manual battery test?

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I had a DC bus fault error displayed.

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So when I plugged in the batt while the UPS was on, and held the power button for a few sec, the UPS displayed Batt testing.

After a few moments it was back online and had no faults!

Worth a shot.

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